Donnie Yen Net Worth

Donnie Yen Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Donnie Yen net worth is
$40 Million

Donnie Yen Wiki Biography

Donnie Yen, born on the 27th of July, 1963, is a Chinese actor, martial artist, director, producer and choreographer, probably best known for his series of films “Ip Man”.

So how much is Yen’s net worth? As of early 2016, it is reported to be over $40 million, gained mostly from his long career both in front of and behind the camera, from acting to choreographing fight scenes.

Donnie Yen Net Worth $40 Million Dollars

Born in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, Yen is the son of Bow-Sim Mark and Kluster Yen. At the age of two, his family moved to Hong Kong, until finally when he was twelve, they settled in Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. Due to his mother’s influence – she is a Tai Chi grandmaster – Yen took an interest in learning the art and other forms and styles as well. Yen took a special interest in Wushu, and would spent most of his time in the Boston Combat Zone. His parents then sent him to Beijing, China for a two-year training program in the Beijing Wushu Team, for him to avoid being included in gang violence and so that he could focus on his art.

After his training in China, en route to the United States, Yen made a stopover in Hong Kong where he met Yuen Woo-ping who would introduce him to the world of movies. Yuen is an action choreographer and director who helped Yen to do some screen tests, and he ended up being cast to some films.

In 1984, Yen debuted in the movie “Drunken Tai Chi”, but his breakthrough movie was in the film “Once Upon a Time in China II” in which he starred opposite another martial artist Jet Li. Their well choreographed fight scenes became a huge hit among fans, and gained a cult following. Yen later made a series of successful films including “Iron Monkey”, “Legend of the Wolf” and “Ballistic Kiss”, the last two under his own production company, Bullet Films. His early years of independent film-making certainly helped in his net worth.

Because of his natural talent in martial arts, Yen was invited to choreograph fight scenes in Hollywood films, including in “Highlander: Endgame” and “Blade II”, in which he also made guest appearances. He returned to Hong Kong and starred in films like ‘Seven Swords”, “SPL: Shao Po Lang” and “Dragon Tiger Gate” to name a few, but in 2008, his film “Ip Man”, became a huge hit not only in Hong Kong and China but around the world. The success of the film spawned two sequels and helped tremendously in growing Yen’s wealth.

Today, Yen has made over 60 films and is reported to soon star in much anticipated films like “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny” and “XXX: The Return of Xander Cage”.

In terms of his personal life, Yen was married before to Jowan Leung Sing-Si in 1994, but the marriage only lasted a year; together they have one son. In 2003, he married Cecilia Wang and they have two children, Jasmine and James.

Net Worth$40 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 27, 1963
Died591 AD
Place Of BirthYuexiu District, China
Height5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
ProfessionFilm Director, Actor, Film Producer, Martial Artist, Screenwriter, Performer, Action Director
EducationBoston Combat Zone, Beijing Wushu Team
NationalityHong Kong, Chinese
SpouseCissy Wang (m. 2003), Zing-Ci Leung (m. 1993–1995)
ChildrenMan-Zeok Yen, Jasmine Yen, James Yen
ParentsBow-Sim Mark, Kluster Yen
SiblingsChris Yen
NicknamesDonnie Yen Ji-Dan , Zhen Zidan , Zidan Zhen , Chi-Tan Yen , Yan Che Dan , Yen Chi Tan , Michael Ryan , Donnie Yen Chi Tan , Ji-Dan Yen , Yen Ji Dan
AwardsAcademy Awards for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar (2003), Hong Kong Film Award for Best Action Choreography, Golden Horse Awards for the Best Action Choreography, Beijing College Student Film Festival (2009), Taurus World Stunt Awards, Huabiao Film Award for the Best Actor (2009), The 3rd Mac...
Record Labels"Bullet Films"
Nominations6th Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, Black Belt in Judo, Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Gold Medals in Wushu
Movies"Onimusha 3", “Drunken Tai Chi”, “Once Upon a Time in China II”, “Iron Monkey”, “Legend of the Wolf”, “Ballistic Kiss”, "Legend of the Wolf" (1997), "Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" (2010), "Dragon Tiger Gate", "Flash Point" (2007), "The Expendables 2" (2011), "The ...
TV ShowsThe Kung Fu Master, Fei Fu Kwan Ying, Mo Min Kap Sin Fung, The Crime File, The New Life
1Some of his films shows him sitting on antagonists' bodies after beating them up.
2Likes to kick away objects either off ground or in the air during his fight scenes.
3Uses slow-motion for certain takes during his fight scenes to showcase the power of techniques done by actors he works with.
4Frequently collaborates with Woo-Ping Yuen.
5Started utilizing MMA in his fight scenes more often after making SPL: Sha po lang (2005). This can be seen in all of his contemporary action films that followed suit.
6Usually makes soft "o-faces" during his fight scenes, similar to Bruce Lee's facial expression doing the famous high-pitched battle scream.
7Includes parkour in between his fight scenes.
8His characters - whenever he's playing lead or co-lead roles - are often given late introductions in the beginning of his films.
9His fight scenes often involve people hitting each other's fists and kicks at the same time, or each other one after another.
10Started utilizing the "chain punching" technique more often in some of his recent films after the big success of Yip Man (2008), Also likes to execute few other punching techniques in his fight scenes, such as "wind-up"- and "superman" punches.
11Frequently collaborates with Wilson Yip
12Prefers to work with real martial artists in his films. His collaborations range from well-established practitioners such as Jet Li, Collin Chou, Jing Wu, Xing Yu, and Siu-Wong Fan to experienced fighters like John Salvitti, Michael Woods and Cung Le.
13Likes to execute various kicking techniques - including jumping splits-kick, jumping front-kick, jumping back-kick while running forward and chain-kicks while moving forward
14Known for playing tough and impulsive characters in his films.
15Likes to choreograph realistic, creative and unconventional fight scenes
1(On the difference of working in Hong Kong and overseas) Two big differences: time and money! Actually, time, because you can give me all the money in the world and, if I don't have enough time, I can't give you a great action scene. The big difference in Asia is that the action director has complete control over that aspect of the film, from concept to shooting to editing. The Hollywood system is much more organized, and you have to deal with all these different producers etc. In some ways, that can be good. The development of scripts and the overall preparation for a film is definitely better in Hollywood. We have to try and bring the best from east and west together.
2(On the action choreography of Dou fo sin (2007)) The real challenge was in meeting my own expectations. I have such huge respect for MMA fighters, and I was determined that we should make every effort to present their art cinematically, without compromising on the techniques and "reality" of what they do. I underwent MMA training, I watched hours of fight footage and, in the end, I think we came close to capturing the MMA flavor in our fight scenes. The biggest challenge, for me was doing repeated takes of the movements that I choreographed for myself. Sometimes it really did feel like I'd been in a real fight!
3(On the difference of working as action director in Hong Kong and Hollywood) I think it's a difference between the way action is treated in Hong Kong and in Hollywood. In Hong Kong, my job is to "direct" the action, and when I'm shooting the fight sequences, I take over the set. I choose the camera angles and see how the drama intercuts with the action. In Hollywood, you "choreograph" working with the main director. In the old days of Hong Kong action cinema, when the action director worked, the "drama" director went home!
4(On working overseas again) Anything goes! With the right project, right script I'll do it! But you can only make so many films a year; you have to choose the one that you want to make!
5(On exploring different movie roles outside MA movies) Yes, if someone wants to hire me, why not? Why not get paid the same and have less of a physical demand? But I would absolutely not stop. It's great to do martial arts films, and rep martial arts films, and be a successful icon, and set trends. I feel it's an honor to set a trend in the martial arts film world.
6(On working locally and overseas) I don't identify a project as a Hong Kong project or a Hollywood project or whatever. The world's getting closer and closer. Who would think that "Crouching Tiger" would win an Oscar as Best Foreign Film? If the film is a good film, it will be seen by the world. I don't know where my home is. If it requires me to do a production in Europe, I go to Europe. If it's in Asian countries, I'll be in Asian countries.
7(On working with Jet Li) Ten years ago we did a film called "Once Upon A Time In China, Part II" and it raised the bar of martial arts standard and I was nominated as best supporting actor. "Hero" was a 10-year reunion for us. So we came in as a kind of expectation from the fans. The difference between the two times is the first time we had a rivalry going because I guess we were younger and it was our first time working with each other. But this time was more of a collaboration. We just wanted to make the best action sequence ever.
8When you watch my films, you're feeling my heart.
9(On martial arts training) Music and movement are both expressions of the same basic human energy. They are like paints used to color the screen.
10(On changing generic fight choreography) Nowadays, martial arts directors go along with the advancement in filming techniques. We can use some techniques to coordinate with non-martial artists. In my early days with Yuen Wo Ping, technology was rather backward, whatever we did depended on the raw skills of the actors themselves; but the actors nowadays are exceptionally fortunate. They could rely on editing, doubles, wires, and even special effects to make them look like they could fight well. But I believe, now that the audiences seek authenticity in martial arts, they could be cast aside. That's why we are looking into real combat.
11(On learning from veteran Hong Kong action directors) Of course it's Yuen Wo Ping. He brought me into the circle. Some of his filming techniques and styles bear great influence on me. Actually, I admire the techniques of other martial arts directors too; they have their own unique ways of handling action scenes. I hope to learn from them. This is my pursuit of martial arts all along - mixed martial arts.
12(On the inspiration of becoming a director) I have always been a rebel, in my whole entire life, since I was just a martial artist. I always have questions in the back of my mind. Why does it have to be this way? Can it be that way? I always try to question and challenge that system and I guess that kind of attitude I brought into the film industry when I was just an actor. I see different films; I see how a director or choreographer would choreograph it. And I say to myself "it can be improved, it can be better and in less time". Or I'd wonder "how come this film is a good film and the other one a bad film, when the budget is not much different?" There are certain techniques, a certain system. When I was an action choreographer, when I used to work for Yuen Woo Ping, I used to grab a whole team of people and just raise questions. To the photographer, or to Yuen Woo Ping: "could it be that way? Could be it, be that? Why not try it this way?" Very soon, I established a kind of trust from Yuen Woo Ping, because I made a lot of his films happen with my suggestions.
1Donnie Yen was intended to be the lead actor for Another Meltdown (1998), Yuen chi mo hei (1999) and Sang sei kuen chuk (2000). But Donnie gave back the deposit money he was given by Jing Wong and worked on Chin Long Chuen Suet (1997), Sun Tong San Tai Hing (1998), Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo (1998) and Der Puma - Kämpfer mit Herz (1999) instead. Jing replaced him with Wenzhuo Zhao.
2Is credited as the first martial arts actor/action director to incorporate modern MMA in Asian action cinema, starting with Vampire Effect (2003) and followed by SPL: Sha po lang (2005), Dou fo sin (2007), and Te shu shen fen (2013).
3Got into a feud with his mentor, Woo-Ping Yuen, during shooting of Wing Chun (1994). While the incident was officially never explained, some people believe it was creative differences over the fight choreography that caused them to part ways. However, Woo Ping revealed in a 2011 interview that their relationship is good now and they still keep in touch from time to time.
4Was part of a Chinatown gang (non-organized street gang) in Boston, MA, in his early years. Due to his profound background in practical martial arts, he had a reputation as a street brawler. While Yen's degree/mastery of overall fighting ability is unknown, there's one reported occasion that confirms him being an efficient martial artist/self-defender. According to news reports by Hong Kong news channels in the late 1990s, he went clubbing with his then girlfriend, Yee-Man Man, and once inside the nightclub his girlfriend got harassed by a troublesome gang who took an interest in her. Yen warned them of leaving them alone but to no success. As they got out, the gang followed them and proceeded to prevent Yen from intervening by attacking him. This resulted in Yen beating the assailants up in self-defense and getting arrested by the police but was released the next day. This incident is still known in Hong Kong to this day - with people bringing it up in discussions concerning real fights as well as in relation to comparing credible fighting skills of various Hong Kong martial arts actors.
5Cites Jet Li as his favorite among all martial arts actors he has worked with in his entire career.
6After more than two decades of working in Hong Kong, Yen finally got his major breakthrough in Yip Man (2008) and started being offered various big-budget projects by famous producers and directors in China and USA.
7Started working overseas as action director and small part actor on various film projects in early 2000s, in hope to learn more about film-making from different film markets and to achieve international success as an actor.
8After learning the Hong Kong style of action film-making from his mentor Woo-Ping Yuen, Yen developed a big interest in action choreographing fight scenes and started working behind the camera on various film projects in Hong Kong in mid 1990s.
9Started collaborating with director Wilson Yip on various film projects as leading actor and action director in the mid 2000s after meeting each other in the late 1990s. Yen was asked a favor by Yip to help out Daniel Lee with coordinating action scenes for Sing yuet tung wa (1999). Their collaborations have led to some of the finest Hong Kong action films made in last half of that decade.
10Started working on TV series in Hong Kong after offers for feature films slowly began diminishing for him in the mid 1990s.
11Donnie Yen received the Star Asia Award before the screening of Dragon (2011) at the New York Asian Film Festival on Monday, July 9, 2012.
12Turned down the following Hollywood films: Rush Hour 2 (2001) (Ricky Tan), Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003) (Chen Lo), The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) (Jade Warlord), The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008) (Emperor Han), The Expendables 2 (2012) (Nan Yu's character originally a male character replacing Yin Yang), and The Man with the Iron Fists (2012) (Poison Dagger).
13Was recommended to Yimou Zhang by Jet Li to play the role of Sky in Ying xiong (2002). Zimou was desperate to look for a new actor to play the role after the original actor of choice was dismissed.
14Can also understand Shanghainese, because his wife's family is Shanghainese.
15Newborn son (2007) named James W. Yen.
16Daughter (2004) named Jasmine W. Yen.
17A former member of Woo-Ping Yuen's Yuen Clan stunt team.
18Turned down the role of the main villain in both Tai-Chi Master (1993) and The Legend of Drunken Master (1994) eventually played by Siu-Ho Chin and Ken Lo respectively.
19Michelle Yeoh considers him to be the fastest martial artist she has ever worked with.
20Was supposed to co-star with Brandon Lee in a sequel to Legacy of Rage (1986) but Lee's departure back to the States led to the idea being scrapped.
21Well trained in various martial arts styles, including wushu, tae kwon do, kick-boxing and boxing.
22Has a huge fanbase in Japan which has given him some opportunities to work behind the camera on not only movies but popular video games as well. He directed the cinematic intro sequence of Onimusha 3: Demon Siege (2004).
23A big fan of Bruce Lee. He was one of the auditionees for the title role in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993). Jing wu men (1995) and Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen (2010) are dedicated to Lee.
24Sustained a heavy injury in his right shoulder while making Ching fung dik sau (1985) which still affects him to this day.
25Was sent to Beijing, China, to continue his martial arts training and avoid committing crimes with a street gang.
26Has a son from a previous marriage.
27His current wife Cissy Wang is 18 years his junior.
28Current wife Cissy Wang was the winner of the Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant 2000. She also represented Toronto in 2001 for the Miss Chinese International Pageant.
29Brother of Chris Yen.
30Can speak fluent Cantonese, English and Mandarin. Can also speak casual Korean, since he learned it as a requirement for his character during the filming of Qi jian (2005).
31Billed as Michael Ryan in his earlier films, until Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin (1994), released in the Philippines.
32Classically trained pianist
33Grew up in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.


Hak Mui Gwai yee git gam lan1997Boxing School Owner
666: Mo gui fu huo1996Mo Ti Nam
Jie tou sha shou1996Iron Monkey
Dou sing 2: Kai tau dou sing1995Lone Seven
Jing wu men1995TV SeriesChen Zhen
Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin1994Chiang Ho-Wa
Ma hei siu chi1994Danton Lee (as Yin Sze Dan)
Wing Chun1994Leung Pok To (as Yen Chi Tan)
Hung Hei Gun1994TV SeriesHung Hei-Kwun (1994)
So Hak-Yee1993Beggar So Chan
Siu nin Wong Fei Hung chi: Tit ma lau1993Wong Kei-Ying
San lau sing woo dip gim1993Yip Cheung
Sun lung moon hak chan1992Eunuch Tsao Siu Yan
Wong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung1992Commander Lan
Revenge of the Cheetah1992Ronald
The Holy Virgin vs. the Evil Dead1991Shiang Chi-Fei
Kon Tam Kwan Ying1991TV SeriesWong Wai-Sek (1991)
Ming Wan Mai Kung1991TV SeriesChung Ka-Jun (1991)
No foh wai lung1991Chin Chi Leung
Sai hak chin1990Dragon Yau
Fei Fu Kwan Ying1989TV SeriesCheung Ho Nam (1989)
Wong Ka Si Sei IV: Sik Gik Sing Yan1989Officer Donny Yan
Mo Min Kap Sin Fung1989TV SeriesTse Kwok-Tung (1989)
Dak ging to lung1988Terry
Ying ging boon sik1988TV MovieDick Kwan
Ching fung dik sau1985Eddie
Siu Tai Gik1984Chan Chuen Chung
Yip Man 42018announcedIp Man
American Revenge2017announced
Chui Lung2017post-productionCrippled Ho
Iceman 22017completedHo Ying
xXx: Return of Xander Cage2017Xiang
Rogue One2016Chirrut Îmwe
The Monkey King: The Legend Begins2016Sun Wukong Monkey King
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny2016Silent Wolf
Yip Man 32015Ip Man
San Taam Ka To2015Band Member
Nature Is Speaking2014TV Series shortShanhu Jiao / Saan Wu Ziu
Yi ge ren de wu lin2014Hahou Mo
Bing feng: Chong sheng zhi men2014Ho Ying
Gam gai SSS2014Yip Man
Xi you ji: Da nao tian gong2014Sun Wukong Monkey King
Te shu shen fen2013Chan Chi-Lung / Dragon
Soi yat hei2013Mr. Cool
Baat seng bou hei2012Carl Tam
Dragon2011Liu Jin-Xi
The Lost Bladesman2011Guan Yu
Ji keung hei si 20112011Arnold Cheng
Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen2010Chen Zhen
Ip Man 22010Ip Man
Jin yi wei2010Qinglong
Shi yue wei cheng2009Sum Chung-Yang
Jian guo da ye2009Tian Han
Ga yau hei si 20092009Wedding guest
Yip Man2008Ip Man
Hua pi2008Pang Yong
Jiang shan mei ren2008Muyong Xuehu
Dou fo sin2007Ma
Lung Fu Moon2006Dragon Wong
SPL: Sha po lang2005Ma Kwan
Qi jian2005Chu Zhaonan
Chin gei bin 2: Fa tou tai kam2004General Lone
Luen Ching Go Gup2004Victor Tsui
Shanghai Knights2003Wu Chow
Ying xiong2002Sky
Blade II2002Snowman
Highlander: Endgame2000Jin Ke
Hei Se Cheng Shi1999Ozone
Sun Tong San Tai Hing1998Tong Shan
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo1998Cat Lee
Chin Long Chuen Suet1997Fung Man-Hin


Chui Lung2017action director post-production
Iceman 22017action director completed
xXx: Return of Xander Cage2017fight choreographer - uncredited
Rogue One2016fight choreographer - uncredited
The Monkey King: The Legend Begins2016action director
Yip Man 32015action choreographer - uncredited
Yi ge ren de wu lin2014action director
Bing feng: Chong sheng zhi men2014action director
Xi you ji: Da nao tian gong2014action director
Te shu shen fen2013action director
Dragon2011action director
The Lost Bladesman2011action director
Jing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen2010action director
Ip Man 22010action choreographer - uncredited
Shi yue wei cheng2009action director - uncredited
Yip Man2008action choreographer - uncredited
Dou fo sin2007action director
Lung Fu Moon2006action director
Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker2006action director / additional martial arts sequences
SPL: Sha po lang2005action director
Chin gei bin 2: Fa tou tai kam2004stunt actor - uncredited
Onimusha 3: Demon Siege2004Video Game stunt director: CG movies
Gin chap hak mooi gwai2004action director
Vampire Effect2003action director
Blade II2002fight choreographer / martial arts coordinator
The Princess Blade2001fight choreographer
Der Puma - Kämpfer mit HerzTV Series stunt coordinator - 8 episodes, 2000 fight choreographer - 2 episodes, 1999 - 2000
Highlander: Endgame2000martial arts choreographer
Hei Se Cheng Shi1999action choreographer - uncredited
Sing yuet tung wa1999action director
Sun Tong San Tai Hing1998action director
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo1998action director
Chin Long Chuen Suet1997action director
666: Mo gui fu huo1996action director
Jing wu men1995TV Series action director - 6 episodes
Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin1994action director
Wing Chun1994action director
Hung Hei Gun1994TV Series action director - 1994
So Hak-Yee1993action choreographer - uncredited
Siu nin Wong Fei Hung chi: Tit ma lau1993action choreographer - uncredited
Sun lung moon hak chan1992action choreographer - uncredited
Wong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung1992action choreographer - uncredited
Revenge of the Cheetah1992action choreographer - uncredited
The Holy Virgin vs. the Evil Dead1991action choreographer - uncredited
No foh wai lung1991action choreographer - uncredited
Sai hak chin1990action choreographer
Wong Ka Si Sei IV: Sik Gik Sing Yan1989action choreographer - uncredited
Dak ging to lung1988action choreographer / stunt double: Jacky Cheung - uncredited
Jiang shi pa pa1986action director - uncredited
Ching fung dik sau1985action choreographer - uncredited
Siu Tai Gik1984action choreographer - uncredited
Kei Mun Dun Kap1982stunt double - uncredited

Assistant Director

Dou fo sin2007second assistant director
Der Puma - Kämpfer mit Herz1999-2000TV Series director action unit - 9 episodes
Wing Chun1994second unit director - uncredited


Chui Lung2017producer post-production
Iceman 22017producer completed
Bing feng: Chong sheng zhi men2014producer
Te shu shen fen2013producer
Dou fo sin2007producer
Lung Fu Moon2006co-producer
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo1998producer
Chin Long Chuen Suet1997producer


Gin chap hak mooi gwai2004
Vampire Effect2003co-director
Sun Tong San Tai Hing1998
Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo1998
Chin Long Chuen Suet1997
Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin1994uncredited


Baat seng bou hei2012performer: "Tin choi baak ci mung"
Jing wu men1995TV Series performer: "Hero of Jing Wu"
Hung Hei Gun1994TV Series performer: "Ideal"


Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo1998
Chin Long Chuen Suet1997


Wing Chun1994uncredited


Jing wu men1995TV Series


Shi yue wei cheng2009special thanks


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The Talk2016TV SeriesHimself
Extra2016TV SeriesHimself
Access Hollywood2016TV SeriesHimself
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Jimmy Kimmel Live!2016TV SeriesHimself
2016 Nian zhong yang dian shi tai chun jie lian huan wan hui2016TV MovieHimself - Performer
Wu Xia Pian - Le Festin du Tigre Chinois2013Documentary
Lu Yu You Yue2011TV SeriesHimself
Asia Uncut with Jon Niermann2010TV SeriesHimself
How Bruce Lee Changed the World2009TV Movie documentary
'Hero' Defined: A Look at the Epic Masterpiece2004Video shortHimself
The Blood Pact: The Making of 'Blade II'2002Video documentaryHimself
Hong Kong Superstars2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Martial Arts: Kung Fu Fighter2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Reflections on 'The Little Dragon'2001Video shortHimself
Cinema of Vengeance1994DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

Access Hollywood2017TV SeriesHimself
Extra2016TV SeriesHimself

Won Awards

2015Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyYi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2015Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Actor in a Motion PictureYi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2011Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Action ChoreographyWu xia (2011)
2011Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Actor in a Motion PictureYip Man 2 (2010)
2011Golden Lotus AwardsMacau International Movie FestivalBest ActorGuan Yun Chang (2011)
2009Jury AwardBeijing Student Film FestivalBest ActorYip Man (2008)
2009HKSC AwardHong Kong Society of Cinematographers (HKSC) AwardsMost Charismatic Actor
2009Huabiao Film AwardHuabiao Film AwardsOutstanding Abroad ActorYip Man (2008)
2009Iron Elephant AwardIron Elephant Film AwardsBest ActorYip Man (2008)
2008Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyDou fo sin (2007)
2008Taurus AwardWorld Stunt AwardsBest Action in a Foreign Language FilmDou fo sin (2007)
2007Golden BauhiniaGolden Bauhinia AwardsBest Action ChoreographyLung Fu Moon (2006)
2007Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Action ChoreographyDou fo sin (2007)
2006Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographySPL: Sha po lang (2005)
2004Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyChin gei bin (2003)
2003Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Action ChoreographyChin gei bin (2003)

Nominated Awards

2016Asian Film AwardAsian Film AwardsBest ActorYip Man 3 (2015)
2015Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Action Choreography for a Motion PictureXi you ji: Da nao tian gong (2014)
2015Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Action Choreography for a Motion PictureYi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2015Golden Lotus AwardsMacau International Movie FestivalBest ActorYip Man 3 (2015)
2014Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Action ChoreographyYi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2014Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyTe shu shen fen (2013)
2014Golden Lotus AwardsMacau International Movie FestivalBest ActorYi ge ren de wu lin (2014)
2012Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyWu xia (2011)
2011Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyJing wu feng yun: Chen Zhen (2010)
2010Hundred Flowers AwardHundred Flowers AwardsBest ActorShi yue wei cheng (2009)
2010Iron Elephant AwardIron Elephant Film AwardsBest ActorShi yue wei cheng (2009)
2009Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest ActorYip Man (2008)
2007Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Action ChoreographyLung Fu Moon (2006)
2006Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Action ChoreographyLung Fu Moon (2006)
2002Taurus AwardWorld Stunt AwardsBest FightSiu nin Wong Fei Hung chi: Tit ma lau (1993)
1993Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Supporting ActorWong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung (1992)

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